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  • Founder of York's MLK parade talks about King's ideals

    Mozel Neely is the last survivor of the three men who started South Carolina's oldest MLK parade in York in 1981. Neely said that King's ideal that all men are equal and should love each other remains true today.

Mozel Neely is the last survivor of the three men who started South Carolina's oldest MLK parade in York in 1981. Neely said that King's ideal that all men are equal and should love each other remains true today. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
Mozel Neely is the last survivor of the three men who started South Carolina's oldest MLK parade in York in 1981. Neely said that King's ideal that all men are equal and should love each other remains true today. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

Peace, love, unity: Last surviving founder of state's oldest MLK parade in York

January 13, 2017 8:14 AM